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[Feature Request] Dynamically add shared mailboxes

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I would like the ability to have shared mailboxes dynamically added to my backup job.

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Re: [Feature Request] Dynamically add shared mailboxes

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Hi, your request is noted. For now, you can use a PowerShell script as a workaround.
https://foonet.be

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Re: [Feature Request] Dynamically add shared mailboxes

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Any suggestion on how to accomplish this via powershell if I have various backup jobs separated by last name into buckets like A-C, D-E, and the such and if their office is set to %term%. I have limited options via the UI on the AD attributes to use, so that is why I am using office at this time.

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Re: [Feature Request] Dynamically add shared mailboxes

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What are all the attributes or fields I have available to me via the powershell scripts to inject a user dynamically into a specific job? I only see these:

OrganizationId
OfficeId
OnPremisesId
DisplayName
UserName
Type

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Re: [Feature Request] Dynamically add shared mailboxes

Post by Mildur » 1 person likes this post

You can query all shared mailboxes with a „exchange online shell“ get-mailbox -RecipientTypeDetails SharedMailbox command and pipe the result in the vbo365 commands.

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